i hope they piss off an army of angry Germans just like the one in the video!!!!
[-1] July 26, 2016 at 1:52am
Exactly. They were holding his ability to get married over him.
July 26, 2016 at 1:51am
His ability to get married was what they held. They held the rights to his wedding. That was the card they held.
[-1] July 26, 2016 at 1:44am
I’m not sure that it was a lack of character. Because the network owns the rights to his wedding (because of the bachelor), they could have prevented him from even having a wedding if he ran. Personally, I’d rather get married to the woman I love.
 July 15, 2016 at 12:03pm
True, but it was her fault. People need to watch where they walk. This isn’t new, and has been a problem since the invention of the smart phone
 July 15, 2016 at 10:12am
Clearly, he was playing Pokémon Go and wasn’t paying attention while driving.
Normally it's the players who end up being victims though.
[-1] July 8, 2016 at 2:44am
There already is news footage of him walking with his family when the stooping started. He didn’t move against the police, but covered his families retreat.
 June 2, 2016 at 3:14am
Hitler was neither a Christian nor an Atheist. He killed atheist groups before the war even began, along side many Christian groups. His beliefs, and those of the upper echelon of the Nazi party, were a pseudo Christianity blending with parts of Norse mythology.
June 2, 2016 at 3:10am
I would say the more extreme atheist are nihilists. I don’t consider myself even close to a nihilist.
June 2, 2016 at 2:56am
Atheist vs Agnostic vs Theist is not a scale with atheism at one end and theism at the other with agnosticism in the middle. It’s an XY axis, because atheism and agnosticism are describing two different things. Atheism/Theism is belief in a god/gods, while Agnosticism/Gnosticism are about knowledge of god/gods.
People exist somewhere on those two planes in terms of belief and knowledge.
At the extreme ends of each axis are:
the Gnostic Atheist – Does not believe and claims to know there isn’t.
the Gnostic Theist – Does believe and claims to know there is.
the Agnostic Atheist – Does not believe but does not claim to know for sure.
the Agnostic Theist – Does believe but does not claim to know for sure.
Now, if we take into account that not everyone is at the extremes we get something like this, :
Strong Atheist (Gnostic Atheist) – “I am 100% certain that there is no god/gods”
De-Facto Atheist – “I cannot know for certain but I think god(s) is very improbable”
(Agnostic Atheist are usually somewhere between de-facto and weak atheists)
Weak Atheist – “I do not know whether god(s) exist but I’m inclined to be skeptical”
Pure Agnostic – “God’s existence and non-existence are exactly equiprobable”
Weak Theist – “I am very uncertain, but I am inclined to believe in god(s)”
(Agnostic Theists are usually somewhere between weak and de-facto theists)
De-Facto Theist – “I cannot know for certain but I strongly believe in god(s)”
Strong Theist (Gnostic Theist) – “I do not question the existence of god(s), I know he exists”
I am a weak atheist.
 May 27, 2016 at 6:33pm
“It’s not about creating an intellectual space here! It’s about creating a home!” – from video.
I think the girl needs to go back and look up the purpose of a university.
She`s an ultra-wealthy " princess "
Apparently everyone must obey her.
 May 27, 2016 at 6:23pm
Technically, I had a course that included methods of basket weaving… but it was an archaeology course and it was looking at how tools (stone/bone/metal/etc) changed over time in prehistory peoples. When we got to the “basket weaving” portion, everyone had a laugh, including the prof.
 May 27, 2016 at 5:49pm
It was also a private ceremony attended by members of the Irish Parliament. As someone of both Irish and English heritage, I think it speaks highly of how far both nations have come in respecting the other.
 May 27, 2016 at 5:47pm
Posted on other news sites, the protester lied to get into the event. He said he was a relative of one of the dead soldiers.
May 11, 2016 at 1:33pm
I never mentioned the word “monopoly”, nor did I allude to the concept of a monopoly, so I have no idea what you’re going on about.
May 10, 2016 at 6:44pm
If he paid for promotion and didn’t receive it, they he is within his rights to do so. Facebook was providing a service, and if they failed to do so, he is within his rights to seek resolution.
Steven Crowder going after Facebook and the Government going after Facebook are two entirely separate things. One is a person going after a private company who failed to provide a service, that was paid for, based on a political bias. The other is the Government going after a private company believing the company has to be “neutral” when in fact it has the First Amendment right to not be.
What does Facebook have a monopoly on?
I'm really interested on how you're going to argue that.
I never mentioned the word "monopoly", nor did I allude to the concept of a monopoly, so I have no idea what you're going on about.
 May 10, 2016 at 6:38pm
There is a difference between lying and selecting what to say. Facebook is simply selecting topics to discuss, instead of discussing all of it.
Second of all, if you don’t want to hear what they push, you are free to not go to facebook. Just like this very site, you can choose to go to the Blaze and listen, or not go at all.
 May 10, 2016 at 6:34pm
“Any attempt by a neutral and inclusive social media platform to censor or manipulate political discussion is an abuse of trust and inconsistent with the values of an open Internet.”
His first mistake is assuming Facebook is a “neutral and inclusive social media platform.” Last time I checked, Facebook is a private entity, who’s primary concern is making money. They can promote or demote any news story they wish. It’s called the First Amendment.